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Living Root Bridge Found In Cherrapunjee, Meghalaya

Today on the ‘World Forest Day; Forest and Energy’, it is worthwhile to revisit our centuries-old technique of unique Living root bridge found in Meghalaya

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World Sparrow Day – When will Sparrows be back in Urban Spaces?

World Sparrow Day is celebrated around the world every year on March 20 to create awareness regarding the decline in the number of sparrows from our cities.

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Celebrating Holi 2017 in Firangi style

Holi 2017 celebrations are already underway in many parts of India. Are there similar festivals anywhere else in the world? Let’s find out

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Surveying India’s Gangetic Dolphins & Other Aquatic Life

Government of India has started an extensive survey under Wildlife Institute of India (WII) to help find the number of Gangetic Dolphins in the Ganga River

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Women’s day special – 8 passionate women environmentalists

Ranked alphabetically, here is a list of eight notable women from India and the world who have consistently worked for the betterment of our planet. Celebrating this women’s day we thank these strong women for their spirit and perseverance, and hope that many young readers find these accounts aspirational and inspiring.

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Everything you need to know about India’s heritage toy trains

The heritage toy trains require more attention from the government to continue running successfully with fares that are affordable for locals as well as for tourists.

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Six ancient ancient transport modes that India still uses

Since ancient times people have been traveling using various transport methods, this post talks about some of those transport methods that are still in use

Life # Wildlife

Ten largest National Parks in India and its endangered species

World Wildlife Day is celebrated on March 3 every year and is a reminder that fierce fight for endangered species continues.

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Campus Birdathon draws avid birders of India

Campuses in India participated in four day birdathon, which is a part of annual Great Backyard Bird Count to document bird species of their campuses.

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Asiatic Wild Dogs or ‘dholes’ in Western Ghats Reserves.

Home-range size of Asiatic Wild dogs or ‘dhole’ estimated using camera traps for the first time in India over a period of 45 days in the Western Ghats.